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Ancient Cannibalism: Little Improvement in British Cooking Over Past 800,000 Years

Long the punchline in more than a few  jokes over the years, archaeologists have announced the discovery of the original haute cuisine of English gastronomy—human flesh, as reported by the Mirror of London, UK on Feb. 8, 2014.

British scientists have uncovered evidence of human habitation in the southeast of Britain dating back almost a million years by a species known to the world as Homo Antecessor or Pioneer Man.

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